# Posts by Golfnut1

• ## Teammates can’t match up in 3 consecutive days

I have 24 golfers in teams of 4. They are randomly matched for three consecutive days. How do I make sure none of the players match up together again. In other words, each player will have 9 different teammates over 3 days.

• ## Golf Scores: Average x Lowest of Last x

Re: Golf scores average 4 lowest of last 5

Thank you so much. It worked great. Your a genious!

• ## Golf Scores: Average x Lowest of Last x

Re: Golf scores average 4 lowest of last 5

That worked great except when there were less that 5 scores entered. I don't know if it is possible, but it would be really nice if the formula would work when there are only 2 to 4 entered too (like at the beginning of the season).
Example:
2 scores entered, 41,42 It would only see the 41 and list that as the average.
3 scores entered, 41,42,40 It would only see the 41 & 42 and average those.
4 scores entered, 41,42,40,39 It would only see the 1st 3 scores and average those
5 scores entered, 41,42,40,39,43 It would only see the 1st 4 scores and average those
6 scores entered, 41,42,40,39,43,44 It would only see the 1st 5 scores, throw out the highest score (43), and average the other 4.
7 scores entered, 41,42,40,39,43,44,38 It would see the 42,40,39,43,&44, throw out the 44 and average the 42,40,39,&43.
Continue with this series.
I don't know if all of this can be done in one formula or at all.
Thanks, Domenic!

• ## Golf Scores: Average x Lowest of Last x

Re: Golf scores average 4 lowest of last 5

I have one more question for you. Could you give me a formula to show the
old handicap (average). I want it basically to work the same except I
want it to ignore the last entry. That way I can show whether the handicap
went up or down from the previous week.
Let's say my scores are 1-2-3-4-5-6-1-2
Right now, the formula you made for me takes the 4-5-1-2 and averages them while ignoring the 6. What I would like to do in this new formula is pretend the 2 was never entered. I would look at the 3-4-5-6-1, throw out the 6 and average the 3-4-5-1. That way, when you look at the list of golf's
handicaps, you can look at whose handicaps went up and whose went down at a glance. I hope I made this clear to you. I know this is asking for a lot,
but I hope you can figure this out for me.
Thanks again for all the help!

• ## Golf Scores: Average x Lowest of Last x

Re: Golf scores average 4 lowest of last 5

Thanks so much for the help.

• ## Golf Scores: Average x Lowest of Last x

I would like to set up a Excel spreadsheet for golf handicaps where it will use
the 4 lowest scores of the last 5 entries. It must be able to work even if
there are missed entries (someone didn't show up/blanks ignored). I would
like it to work if there are only three scores used at the beginning of the
season, but when there are 5 or more scores, use only the 4 lowest scores out of the last 5. I want it to average these scores. The scores would start in column d. The following is an example of scores with an underscore being a blank:
Golfer 1 45,50,42,43,46,37,45,45,46,44
Golfer 2 41,43,42,_,41,_,_,47,42,39
Golfer 3 44,43,45,54,_,45,43,40,42,_
Our season is 18 weeks long, but I don't think that should matter with this
formula. Can you help me with this problem? Thank you.